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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY REE: TUESDAY, NOVEMHKR 'JO, 19M.
i.KAlN ANDl'RUDltE MARKET &
,iTrpool'i Tailnn t Ratpoid to ( tur-
day i Watkneu EtCjurstM Local.
irU.S RULE STRONG IN WHEAT PIT
l.lqaldatlun In DfnmbcrOpllo Early
Hn Depressing KtTeet, Which
Light and Prices Lower.
hange. Was a f.llow: Wlint, Sf STn.W
ishels, Inc reuse !;!, ti: corn. :.v."i nusn-
els, decretis Mt.mi: osts. 11.24.'"" bushels.
Increase ; rve, l.fU.'.ox) bushels, Ircrciise.
."); barlrv.' 4,2M,i.in bushels. Itxreiiae
Mentations of the Day on Various
FLOUR Receipt. !.17 bhls
pkgs. Th market
was firm, but quiet;
14 liKyt ; Minnesota
winter patents, id.7.vtt
NEW YORRSfOCRS AND BOXDSte
Market Opens Etetdy Under Influence of
sew iuhk .kkhi. m iRKBTl Improved Tone CTS.opod Last week
OMAHA. Nov. 19, lDOO.
small world shipments and the refusal
ui trie foreign market to respond to th
American decline of Saturday, mads wheat
strong thia momma. At the cloaa it
Sc. abov Saturday. Argentina news w
lavorable. Iher was a little liquidation
farly in December, but strength came as
i ne session advanced. Receipts in the
northwest were very small and there was
aguod cash demand.
Trade In corn was light and prices ran
up and down with light fluctuations. The
citise was fractionally under Saturday. Re
ceipt were larger than estimates. Cash
ttemand was slow and prices were weak.
1'rlmarjr wheat receipts were 1.204,000 bush
els and shipments 393,009 bushels, against
receipts lu year of 1,674,000 bushels and
Hhipments of 6ts,oCO bushels. Corn receipts
were 730,000 bushels and shipments 3o,(H0
bushels, against receipts laJh year of 929.000
bushels and shipments of 444,000 bushels.
Clearance were w.OuO bushels wheat, 4o,ou0
bushels corn. 37.0110 bushels oats and flour
and wheat equal to 170,000 bushels.
Llverpol closed unchanged to lid lower,
on wheal and 4d lower on corn.
The following from New York: "Ber
bohm'a Argentina agent estimates tlie
wheat crop at 13O.(100,OuO bushels and says
conditions are far from blng brilliant,
lie puts yield per acre at ten bushels and
estimates 13.000,000 acresj.1 -
Local rang of options!
Articles.! Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.) Sat y.
Wheat-I . I I
Iec....l S1 . 6TH f TH
' May... 72 Wk 72 71'
Lc 7 17
May.,: 38 17 17 7Ta
May J3V 231s
Omaha CasK Prices.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 7UfrC9c: No. 3 hard.
fAinc; No. 4 hard, tSWVic; No. 3 sprint;,
CXKN-No. t. old. 40140Vc: new. T7c:
No. I yellow, old, ilfjsmc; new, ri'd7Wc:
No. I white, old, 41e; new, 37c.
OATS No. I mixed, 8oW(?0ic; No. I
white glVic; No. 4 white, 8oVtiUc.
RYE No. 2, le; No. , 6VtC.
"Wheat. Com. Oats.
CHICAGO GRAIKI AND PROVISION
Pssltrn of the Trad I as; aal Closing,
Prlees oa Board of Trad.
TIICAGO, Nov. 19. Covering" by shorts,
who were discouraged by the coraparatlvj
anuillne In the visible supply, caused
strength In the local wheat market today
during- tho last hour of trading. An tho
close wheat for Iecember delivery was up
Wc. Corn was off toe Oats were Hitrb
lower. Provisions were 2Vc to 17V4C higher.
1-rtirlng the early part of the day the
wheat market was week because of realis
ing sales In Iecember and a decline of over
Vo In the price of December at Minneapo
lis. News of the day was bullish. Liver
pool cables wore stoady, despite the weak
ness of the local market Saturday, and tho
amount of breadstuff on ocean passage de
creased 1,M0,0ii0 bushels, compared with an
increase of 120,000 bushels for the corre
sponding time last year. When the visible
ut!ly figures, which showed an Increase,
of i3.ono bushels, were given out, sentiment
in mw wur-M-t pit inuinty i-iiarigt-u. mviu
bidding by shorts forced prices up nearly lc
from the low point. At the corresponding
lime laal year the available stocks showed
an IncreajHi of mora than 2,000,009, and the
Hniullneaa of today's Increase was a sur
prise to the majority of traders. The situ
ation In the northwest woe still favorahlo
to the bulls, receipts being leas than for
the corresponding time a-year ago and the
weather unfavorable for the moveinenU.The
market closed strong, wlrh price near the
highest point of the day. December opened
tint-hanged, at 73S4C, sold off to 730, and
lnn r.ovanrod to 74c. The close wns at
7:i(B4c. Clearances of wheat and Hour
were equal to VStt.300 bushels. Primary re
ceipts were 1.2A4.Ui0 bushels, aralnst 1.574.00O
bushels for the corresponding time one year
u.uo. MLniibapolls, Duluth and ChlOHgo re
ported receipt of 46 cars, ugulnMt cars
last week and 1XT curs a year ago.
The corn market was quler and a trifle
casir. Cash houses were seller of Decem
ber and elevator Interests dispose"! of the
May option In fair ruannltlea. buying was
scattered and cam chiefly from commission
houses. The approach of cold wether was
movement of new corn to market. The
regarded as the forerunner of an Increased
Inte advance In wheat had no effect on the
corn market, the close being easy. Decem
ber opened unchanged, at ic soin on in
42f, and cloned at 421c. Ltcal receipts were
IiO cars, with 34 cars of contract grade.
The feature of trading In oats was selling;
of the December delivery by cash houses,
who were Influenced by a lo decline In the
price of cash oats. Ical receipts were al
most lo0 In eaceas of the estimated amount,
and this caused additional weakness In the
December delivery. December opened KF
Ue lower, at J434Uc, sold between 3.V,c
and 34c. and closed at S84j.33V- Local
receipts were 324 cars.
A loo decline In the prlca of live hops
caused moderate wenkness In provisions
early in the day, but later the market be
tame firm on active bidding for lard by
local traders. At the close January pork
was up 17Hc. at 114.60. Lard was 2e nlKher,
ta d Hih. were 2A5c h ither, at 17.70.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
.-,1 cars; corn, 340 car; oats. K6 cars; hogs,
.ooy head. . . ,, . .
ine leading futures ranged as follower
4.110: winter stialKhts. t3.GnU3.ii: winter ex
tras, U ma3 .10; wlnier low grades. J.MH
Sui. Kye flour, firm; sales, i0 bbl.;
lair to good, 3.4Mt'3.tio; choice to fancy.
t3.KMr4.lli. Buckwheat flour, quiet, U.stf
i.3o; shipment to arrive.
CORNM KAb-Steady; nne wnite ana yel
low. ai.20j 1.26; coarse, $l.lo(1.12; klln-drled,
RYE3 Steady; No. 1 western, c. i. i.
New York; Jersey and state, 84VHc.. de
livered at New York.
BAKL.EY Firm; feeding. 44 He c. I. I.
New York; malting, 4i66c c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, ia,9t ou.; sajes.
2,luO.0t bu. lutures. Spot, firm; No. 2 red,
8nHc elevator and 82Hc f. o. b., afloat; No.
2 hard winter, 77c c. I. f. Buffalo. Senti
ment In wheat was more bullish tmiay, ana
while December liquidation temporarily
weakened prices, they later recovered on
strong northwest markets and commls.xlun
house support, closing 'fl'HC net nignur.
May, 4V"I l-16c, closed at S5c; Decem
ber, 81 lb-liXuS-Hc, cluwd at 8ZHc .
CORN Receipts. 102,025 bu.; exports, 2-',-
6.T5 bu.; sales, 16,000 bu. futures and S,0
bu. spot. Spot market easy; No. 2, thia
elevator and 64c t. o. b., alloat; No. 2 yel
low, 64V4c; No. 2 white, fee. Op-Jon market
was quiet and easy owing to lalk of lai-ger
receipts, closing 4c net lower; January
Closed at 6l4o; May closed at 50-V; Decern
ber closed at i2c.
OATS Receipts, lo.5i bu. ; eiports, ,4S
bu. Spot market steady; mixed, 26 to 32
lbs., natural white, 30 to 33 lh, ISif
4014c; clipped white, 36 to 40 lbs., 39'ril43V4c.
r'EED i'lrm ; spring bran, 2.86, prompt
shipment; middling, $22.o, prompt ship
ment: city. 21.7.Vr.5.60.
HAY fjulet; snipping, i.VB'SOc; good to
HOPS Bteaav; state, common to choice,
19"fl, iiKti'Ho; ltfijfi, alic; Pacific coast, liu,
HIKKS-Steady; Galveston. 20 to 25 lbs.,
20c; California, 21 to 26 lbs., 21c; Texas
dry. 24 to 30 lbs., 19e.
LEATHER Steady; acid, 270C8c.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family $12 60
12.00; mess. N.004i.00; beef hams, tSi.'(f
ii.tiU; packet, I10.60iull.00; city extra India
mess, I19.6ofj-20.00. Cut meats, steady;
pickled bellies, 10.26(j'12.6O; pickled hams,
IUOu(il2.50. quiet- western prime, 9.6.Vf
9 To, nominal; refined, steady; continent,
$1.00; South America, $10.76; compound,
W.Omyt.25. Pork, quiet; family, H8.5t."S19.0');
short clear, $18.0018.60.
TALLOW Steady; city ($2 per pkg ), 6Hc;
country (pkgs. free), 6n&;ic.
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, 3
BUTT KB Firm; street prices, extra
creamery, 2S&aHc. Official prices: Cream
ery, common to extra, 205j28c; held, seconds
to extra, 21t2?c: dairy, common to extra,
l!J26Ho; renovated, common to extra, innp
zt'-; western rectory, common to firsts, l(s
4j'20c; western Imitation creamery, firsts,
CHEESE Quiet but firm; state, full
cream, large and small, September, fancy,
13Hc; October, best, 12e; state, fair to
good, liCtflEHc; state, Inferior, loff 110.
EUGS Steady; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby, fancy and selected white, 3s?40c;
state, choice, SVfiSSc; state, mixed fancy,
3Mj57c; western, selected best, S3c. Official
prices: Firsts 32c; seconds, 27fi30c.
POULTRY Dressed, Irregular; western
chickens, 12ft 14c; spring turkeys, 16crjl7c;
ST. PAU. IS FEATURE OF THE DAY
Itamor ol Ifeavy Haylnsj fttr lllll
Interest eads Price I p ward
Other Kavorllea lader Pre
sere and Close I F.asf.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 The msrket was
' steady under the Influence of the Improved
! tone which developed last week. The first
: hour's business was the lurgest for that
Interval of time of any (hat has been done
I for many months past. ITIces were affected
. by the Invariable custom of professional
I operators to dlKtrRiiite stocks to meet a nw
outside demand and protlt-taking made Its
usual Impression, but the breadth and
strength of the new outside demand and the
effective ahsorpllon which resulted had a
very rncourugliig effect on sentiment. The
speculative forces behind the market there
fore came In with renewed accumulation
and resumed operations for the advance
with more appearance of subetantl.il
strength than at any time lust work. As
the day progressed, however, there apcarcd
to be some distaste for the feverlsn senti
ment In St. Paul and the excessive buoy
ancy displayed by the stock. Other stocks
which shared with St. Paul s strength last
week were notably backward In the move
ment and seemed to be freely supplied on
The new candldntes for speculative favor
I were not as influential In their sympathetic
effect on other stocks as the prime favor
ite. Union lacinc and Reading were only
oecasionaHy strung and were continually
carried back by celling to realise, while
Southern Pacific and Hill stocks, United
States Steel, Amalgamated Copper and
I American Smelting were under pressure
day were wenker Russian Imperial 4s
sed at Th and Itussisn bonus ol ex-
coupon, at 4!H. The private rate of discount
wus S per cent.
BERLIN. Nov. 1.-Prices on the Bourse
today generally were firm.
ties were quiet.
OMAIIA LIVE STOCK MARKET
ew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19-MONEY-On call.
Btrong a't 4H,f9 per cent; ruling rate. Iv Pr
cent; closir.g bid, 7 per cent; offered t 74
per cent; tlme'losns, dull and steady; sixty
days, 74 per cent: ninety days, tPV&7 per
cent; six months, f per cent.
PRIMES MERCANTILE PAPER SOiVt
B l r.ril.liNi, r-.M-nnniirj nienav, wnn
actual business In hankers' bills at $4.Mtt
f;4 V, for demand and at t4.7.vU4.lo) for !
slxtv-day bills; posted rates, 24.MW-ei4.S2 "id
14 ar.iyiM 17; commercial bills, $4 S.
SILVER Bar, TlVic: Mexican dollars.
BONDS Oovernment, assy
I end v.
Quotation an bonds today
Cattlt Trains Arrifs Lata,
HOGS EXrERIENCING ANOTHER DROP
Pair Raa of aheep and Lamb, with
Demaad tiood far All Desirable
Kind and Trice tend
to Tea Hlaher.
not to pay more than steady prices, so that t No. 30. 21o per I h ; No. 16.
raitrnsd i x!pa were
railroad, i 0nu,, Mondliy
OMAHA. Nov. U. 190H
Csttle. Hogs. Stieep,
that was almost uninterrupted. While not
sufficient to cause weakness In the stocks
until the general decline, when .noney went
lo 9 per cent, this pressure was sufflrlent j
to prevent them from sharing In the
strength prevailing eleswhere In the mar-
ket. Many low priced non-dividend paying
j stocks also were made active at advancing
I prlees and this suggested an effort to brlnir
about a process of rotation In demand
which affords better facilities for digestion
of profits. Perhaps as a result of the in
crease In the speculative demands, rates
for fall loans rose higher than on Frld ty
last and thus caused some mlsglvlnes over
the adequacy of the augmented supplies In
the money msrket to carry on a successful
peculation. Nothing authentic was obtaln-
able to account for the heavy accumulation
of fit. Paul. Variety was given to last
I week's rumors on the subject by assigning
' a possible part to buying in the Hill ln
. terests' while last week's rumors were nil
agreed In a destination for the property In
the Harrlman combination.' The suggestion
of possible competition to secure the prop
erty thus conveyed, served to Jar upon
speculative susceptibilities to some extent.
'Other upward movements were without
specific explanation. Reports frcm abrond
pointed to some clearing up of doubtful feel
ing over the money outlook there as well as
here. London discount rates were allowed
i to sag to he-low the hank's official rate and
sterling exchange on the continent declined.
Rub-treasury operations were In favor of
the money market, the hanks having galnej
t1.lSS.A00 from the government Institution
V. . rof. Is.
V. 8. .1. r
V. H. old 4
t. S. n. . res
dn coupon ....
Am. Tobacco 4s. .
do id). 4s.
Allsnllc r. L. 4s....
B n. 4s.:
B. R. T. c.
Onlrsl ol Os. ,...
rio 1st Inc..
do M 1m: ,
do id Inc
rhes A Ohio 41...
Chicago A IS" .
r., B. A Q. n.
C, K. I. P. 4l...
do sol. (
rrc. A at. u s 4t.
CoM. Isd. tm. r. A
Colorado Mid. is
f'olo. A 8o. 4s.
D. A R 0. 4s.
PlRtlllsn' 8tc. 5s
Erie p. .
do sen. 4
Hocklns Vl. 4'l
do 4a dfa
So IHa clfa ...
o 2d series. . .
.Ill' t- A N. unl. 4s.
.l"l' Man. e. a 4a....
.llf'l Met. rentril 4.
.14 do 1st Inc
. tk eyinn. A at. L.
10" V.. K. A T. 4a,
.VI I do
. a:VM. R. ft. nl
. N. Y. r. g. l
.101S N. J. C. . a
. HH'No. PscISc 4a
. .IV do :
.not N. A W. e. 4s
. . a. L. rfdr. 4
. 74 iPenn. eon. IHa
. "J iResdlns sen. 4a
.m St. L I. M. fi. (a
. - st. l. A a r. f.
. ?, St. I.. B. W. c. 4a..
. TT Hesbosrd A. l. 4a..
. 2 -8o. Pacific 4a
Utu do let 4a ttra
TS So. Rallsrar t.
71 iTeise A P. la..
CU T, at. U A V
im fnlon Pacific 4a
1 t . S S, rt r.a..
(17(4, Wahsah la
100 I do deb. B
an4'Weaten Md. 4a.
II'CV, W. A b. E. 4a..
74 Wis. Central 4a.
Ssme dsv last week 1U.77J 3.10
Same dsy 2 w.-eks ago. .lO.iKd 3. I'm
Same day 2 weeUs sgo... V.l"o 2,77
Same day 4 weegs ago... I- 2.ZI7
Same dav Ihki ver t.Hu4 t..&3
The toilowmv t u r i yhfiAi the receipts ot
cattle, hogs snd sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last yer; ,
Cattle S47.21S 1 SH.812
Hogs 2 ITS 160 2.'0,;i. 1:8.2-1
Sheep 1S.3 l.S00,4a 1S4.W2
CATTLfcj QUOTAf IONS.
Good to choice turn led steers $5 501 S r
FhIt to good cornfed st ers 6U"-o5.oi
Common to fair corn-fed steers.,.. 4.0D4i.0,
tiood to choice range steorw
; t-ommcn to fnlr ransre steers
Good grass cows and heifers
;.a'r to 00d cows and hellers...
Common to fulr rna-i nA heifers.
Good-Choice IliuUn n,t f..rlr 4 J4.76
i Fnlr to good sloekeia and fetders.. S.t5''i4.20
I ' ommon to fair atockers
, Bulla, stags, etc
The following table shows 'lie
price of hogs at South Omaha for
several aas, wlih comparisons:
tne iiM'iiinK of the market could be hxrt.iy
called more than steady lo 10e higher In
extirme cases, tlno.i range yearlings sold
as hi nil as $hoo. with lang ewes at to.tf
and fed erne still higher.
Fal lunibs Wei also In very good de
mand and everything desirable commanded
g'd, stnmg pliers. Rome vcty good native j
fed liimlts soid as hign As $..i, with fet'
Wenterns lietter than $7 00.
1 he supply of feeders were not as large
as usual, a somewhat areater proportion of
the recti pis bring killers. Still there was a
sprinkling of feeders, both lambs and ewes
Hellers, owing to the very moderate offer
ings, we pretty bullish 111 their Ideas and
most every cne Is asking mere mone- for
thlr holdings than Inst week. Buyers.
1 however, did not seem disposed to put on
much and It would hardlv do to quote the 1
feitler market mor" than steady,
yuotntlot-s on kl'lsrs: Good to t ho re
1tk.,,H t-Olr7 lie fall f,, .-,Mwi Inmhu tS TtVfT I
7.00: good to choice ye.-irllns. f.irtt OO; fmr
to good yea'tlng. $cV"fi5 ,5: got
lie per lb;
at 1- ir lh : No. 51. 13e
I'O' ilANl Ti l er sat k of l'". ao.
STRt'P-In bMs., '.7i- per anl.: In o.
$ 0-!l cana $1 71"; esses, u f,-ib cans, $1.N";
tasos, VI 2V-.-10. rails, $1 Si.
liNKY-Ver 24 framet. $.1.SO
CIDKIt New. hslf barrel, $i.76; barrsl.
! CUT BF.KK PP.ICKeH.
No. 1 ribs. 14V ; .No. 1 rli s. No. 3 ribs,
"t'c; No. 1 loin. 17c; No. I IoIm, IJ'vc: ".
S loin, xf. N'.'. 1 tlnu k. No. - rhuck,
Re; No. S rntii k. 4'-; No. I rmintl. He: No. !
round. 'c; No. 3 rouod. a-v; No. 1 plate,
4c; No. 2 plate. 4e; No. $ plnie, ':c.
CANNI.D tKH)l'3--forn. standaid west
, ern. U.-i--; M:ttne. $1 15. Tomatoea, f ib.
I r-ars. $1.10; I-lb. cans. tTeti Jl.ofl. Pine
1 apples, grated. 2-lh., $2 0.4r '; sliced. $1 l
Hi'.'.O: gallon ni.iiles. fniu y. '..; California
; apricots, $1.9ti3.!s, pears, llMH: .40: pe,e ,
: fancy, tl.7fvo2.4o; II. " pen. he. I:.iil IS-'.
AUrka sslinon, rea, i..o; laney t 'i'ii'.
F., $.'10; fsnty sockoye. K.. tl.Sn; sardines.
.arii.ii'; inir ; ,,,,,,rt. r nil. 1176: lliree-.iuartcr mustard.
d to rhr ice ! op. aWPI.t txt sloes. tl.iyi l.lii sauerkraut.
fair to good wethers, j j-00; pumpkins, sOc$l.uo; wax
wethers. $6 .tMitVSn
$r. l-iS.2i: givnd to Choice ees. lo.iuS2h; v-ffrlkk:; lima beans. 2-lb.. 7cti1.2
fair to good ewes. 4fv-li5 nr. , ji ya, cheap iiesi, I-lb.. too; extrss
; ,1, 1 wuoisi ion-, on icni'in. ... , ,,..1,-., janry. l ..toil 1 . ,a.
Jr lambs. y(jt 15: medium lamb, as. 50-3 s on; ct'KRD FISH - Family whlteflsh. per
light bimbs. $4 f:Vti6 2n: yearling. $0 l.i'ti .- 3-; -I qu irter bbl., i lbs , tt-01: Norway msck-
wethirs. $4 7Wi.00; ewes. $y'M.I0: breeding 1
I km 4.00
4 Olio ft '0
Date. I 1306. 1 1.45.;90S. !19n3. 19t2. 11301 . llWaJ.
$7 Wyoming t-wes, feetler. .
1ft Nehrask ewes
l."4 Wyoming ewes
i 270 western lamhit
4 n:itlve ewer
110 native ewes
237 Wyoming wt theis
l!l nittlve wethers
234 Wyoming yearlings
, 4.' nHt;ve wethers
4" Nebraska wethers
134 Wyoming lambn. fodders. .
320 Wyoming lit nibs, feeder..
1 10 native litmbs. culls
! native lamb, culls..
. 2 native lambs. culls.A
19 Wyoming iiimb. culls.....
"0 nstlve litmbs
h6 native lnmbs
63 native lambs
fS nstlve lnmbs
S"J0 Wyoming feeder Uimbs...
Boston Mocks and Bonds..
BOSTON. Nov. 1. Call loans, B'k7 ptr
cent; tirr(e loans. 6S7 per cent, iifflclt'
quotations on stocks snd bonds were;
Atchlaon adj. 4s K c.l. A Heels.
do 4 10O'lrentennlal
Mex. Central 4a SI t opper Ranse
Atchlaon tOI-ijllalr Weet
do etd lHi Franklin
since the bank statement was compiled. R,nhni
floetoa A Albany
lloeton A Matna....
Boeton Elevated .
Mexican Central ...
N. Y., N. H AH.
r-ere Marquette ...
l-clon Pacific ......
Amer. Pneu. Tubs.
Dominion I. A .
Kdlaon Elec. II...
t'nlted Shoe Msch..
IT. 8. StMl
. lSlVk lei Royal ...
. .154 ..Mass. Mining .
. . 1X4 'Michigan
.. t: Mohawk
. tSS'i Monl r. A C
.. 61 'old liominlon
.. 14 1 Parrot
U. 8. Mining..
V. 8. Oil
St. Loot General Market.
Further re'ease of gold by the Bank of
France for Iondrn was a factor In favor of
the money market. But the rise In call
loans to 9 per cent offset other considera
tions and was responsible for the free sell
ing, which. In the final hour, carried manv
ST. IXUIS. Nov. 19. WHEAT Futures, 1 stocks to a level below Saturday. The mar
higher; track. No. 2 red. cash, TVi'tic; No. ; ket closed easy.
I Bonds were easv. Total ssles par value,
itl.wo.ofirt. T'nlted 6tatea 2s declined S per
j cent on call.
The following wns the rfiner of prices on
tne ;ew xork Stocg exenang
2 hard, 72ro74trc; December, Tic; May, 7vs
COKin weaa; iraca, ino. i casn, 44r4oc;
No. 2 white. 44H'&46c; December, 401i4j401c; I
May. 41H1-ll:c. I
oats ytiiti; tracK, rvo. 1 casn. wvic; No.
2 white, 24c; December. 33c; May, Hsi Adama Express
FLOUR Steady; red winter patents, $3.00 Am. c.
07A.7E: extra fanr.v and atraJarht. 13 llrti .t 4d- 1 Am. C.
clear, $2.6"n2.80. ".
SEElTlmothy, steady, t3.264iS.76. An
CORNMF.AL Steady. $2.60. r"'
B KAN Firm; sacked, east track, 9Wi97c. ?m
. HAY Steady; timothy. $12.5041.16.00; prul- I Am
trie, $10.00rtfl3 CO. Am!
. IRON COTTON TIE8-$1.02. I Am.
BAGOINGs Do. Am.
HEMP TWINE flc. ! Am.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; . lobbing. I
ill! ill ! j rrt iinchaneAil- nrlme tftenm 1 If, ! Am.
Dry salt meats, steady; Tinged,' extra shorts.
$x.374; clear ribs, $9.12Vfe; short clears,
ISfii'i Bacon, steady; boxed, extra shorts,
$H.12'V. clear ribs. $9.S7H; short clears,
poultry tjuiet: cnickena, c; springs, i bi. a Ohio pfd
Vte; turkeys, l-i'ic; ducks, 10c; geese, 5'flSc. lirookiys Rapid Tr..
BUT 1 K R Steady; creamery, atizrc;
KtiGS Higher, 20c, case count.
Receipts and shipments of flour and grain
were as follows:
Flour, bhls W.COV lS.OKI
Wheat, bu 91.00 41,f(
Corn, bu lim.COfl 49.0H
Oats, bu 131.000 Mi,000
Sale High. Low.
A P. Bit
Cotton Oil pfd
H. A L. pfd
Linseed Oil pfd...,.
8. A R
8 A R. pfd........
Tobacco pfd clfs...
Atlantic Cosat Line...
Baltimore A Ohio
Articlea.l Open ! HlgtM Low. Close.l Bat y
136 41 -4,
! 14 SO
! 14 474
I t 40
S 45 :
Minneapolis Gralu Market.
MINNEAPOUS, Minn., Nov. 19 FLOUR
First patents, $4.3i'(4.40; second patents.
S4.16ft4.2S; first clears. $3.26i3tt; second
(Superior Board of Trade Quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The I
range of prices, as reported by I.opan J
Bryan. 112 Board of Trade building, was:
Articles. Open. High. I Low. Close. Sat'y.
Mlnnenpolla Cash Close Whet:
hard. U.c: No, 1 northern, 81c;
norliiern, W'c; No. 3 northern.
Flux : $1.2oV
S 67 V4
8 62V !
kaaiai City Grain and Prorlalou.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 19-WHEAT-De-cember,
STc: May. 73',c. Cash. No. 2
hard. i971c; No. S. 7VSrtl nk: ; N i. 3. 71c; No.
CORN December. 7Hc; May, 3Mc:wIn!y,
tc. Cash: No. 2 mixed, 87,c; No. 3, ST-fr
iXi'jc; wo. t wnite. bhc.
I OATS No. 2 while, 13V;c; No. I mixed,
i Bi TTER Creamery. 2c; packing. HiUc
i EGGS Strong, lc higher; Missouri f-nd
' Kansas extrat, 27Vc per dozen; flrets. i7u;
43Vt seconds. 20c.
2b i HAY 8trong: choice timothy. $13.7.ri((jl4.0O;
33ViV j choice prairie, $11 751 12. 26.
rtye steaoy, switiic.
8 42 V,
i Corn, bu
I Onts. bu
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUlt Firm; winter paiint. $3.3ot!S 40;
viraighis. $31ta:l.i.O: spring patent. $.lt I
Sk- straights. $J.HiaSa0; bakers. $2..( .'.ssi.
WHEAT No. t spring, 77fco2c; No. I.
73titK; No. 2 red, V-WISC.
' CORN No. 2, 44c; No. 2 yellow, H?.
OATS-No. 2. SaW'it-iSc; No. 2 white. v
tiMc; No. t white. tariJ&c.
KYK No. 2. 4c
BARLEY Fair to choice malting. 4i63c.
SfcLLt No. ll.ix. $1 13; No. 1 nu
aaim. $1.2i Timothy, prime, $4.25. Clover,
(tiittrncl grade, $13.26.
PRO VltilvNt short rib sides (loose).
$8 26ii.75. Pork, me. per bb!., $16.00. Lard,
in-1 lot) lbs.. $2.40. Short clear Hide (boxed),
Th r-celnts and shipments of flour and
1 evii I jri-uow aim .Mi. a.
, , Vic: no grade, new, 37t--c
' " i OATS fitt-ady; No. while
! white, 33V; No 4 white, irlV
tint I n Market.
19 CORN -Steady ;
4oc: No. 4.
12 0 O
HV: No. 1
It Y 15--Firm; No. 2. Ot-obi. .
WHISKY-On the basis of Sl.2l.
Milwaukee Grain Market
NU.WAIKEI-; Nov. 19. WHEAT-Mui -ket
higher: Nu. 1 northern. n"hi.c; No. 2
northern. 7insoc; Msy, 7ii',c IvIJ.
RYE Hifcht r; No. 1. tiV'otoV?.
BARLEY Active; No. 2 sample. 4-df.W.
CORN-3teady; No. 2 eisli, WVti:; May.
llalnth raln Market.
DULUTH. Nov. 19.-WII F.AT-On Im.k.
No. 1 northern, HV: No. i northern, .i:;
lieceiiiber, 78Vsc; May. u,c; July, hli,c.
... 1S.7I") 41. VM '
... 38lx) 6.900 .
...3t,l.lXH el.l.tH'O ,
..,.4.(" 38.0110 I
. .. 10. luo .oirt i
4t4tO 16.300 I
(Ills snd Kosln.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12 OILS Cottonseed,
firm; prime crude, f. o. h.. mills. 27j.'7Vc:
tirliue yellow. 4Jc. Petroleum, steady; it
lined, ,Ne Yoi. $7.u; I'oimdeipliiu anj
Balliinore, $..45; Philadelphia and Baltl-
I Canadian Pacific
i Central of N. J
j Chea. A Ohio ,.
i Chicago Ol. Weetem...
Chicago A N. W
I Chicago, M. A Bt. P..
CtilCMgo T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
, r.. c. r. a at. L
, Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Bo
Colo, ft Bo. let pfd
Colo. A Bo. 2d pfd
Corn, Product, rfg..
Corn Products pfd. rfg
. Iielaware A Huoeon
Delaware. L. A W
Denver A R. O
D. A R. O. pfd
I r,ri tat pro
! Krle M pfd
Hocking Valley, offered
Int. Paper pfd ;
Tilt. Pump pfd
lojra Central ,
Iowa Central pfd...'.,...'...
Kanasa City Bo
K. C. 8s. pfd
I.oulevllle A Nashville
Mlnneapolla A 81. I.
M.. St. P. A 8. S. M
M . St. P A 8. 8 M. pti.
Mleaourl. K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd .
National R. R. of M pfd:.
Ne York Central
K. T.. A W
Norfolk A Weaters
N A ' pfd
P.. :.. C. A Bt. L. ........
PreaMd 8Iel Car rf
Pr-taed B. fi. pfd
Pullman Pal-.-ce Car
Heeding lal pfd
Kenning 3d i.fd ,
RcpiiblK- Rlecl pfd
Hock laland Co
Hock laland Cu. pfd
St. Loula A H. F. !d pfd..
St. Louie 8 W
HI. L. S. W pfd
South rn Pacific
s.i. rj. ia,- prd
aouthem Kails av .
So Hatiway pfd . . ... . . . .
Tciine.e'c ,'. A 1
T.xan A iV-ltlc
Told.,. ?t. L A W
T . St. I. A V. pit
l'ii:on Pa inc
1 fiiion f'd 'ft.- pid.
I'. B Hcaltv .. ,
I 8. Hull,?r
I' B rtubtxr pfd
I 1". B. Steel
I C B c'trsl pfd
j Va..' aruiu,a I'h-ntiral ....
Va -f ar I hemic .,1 pf,l
V airtlet, pli
v etliicutuie Kle trie
v heeling A L E
Vi t antral prd
Central Leather pfd
. I. son
. It 200
. 7. UK)
.. 48S:nutte Coallllon
..ICS1 Nevgds .,
.. as Mitchell
.. 4C t'al. A Arltcna.
. . 4 Oreene Cns ....
. 1 1f,-1(
4 79! 4 791 4 90!
4 Bi 4 7 4 87!
4 82 4 9 4 63:
e HM HI
4 SO I 4 541
I 5 74' 4 fiO
SS I 4 7S
6 98 I 4 78! 4 691 4 5'
6 OoV,! 4 72 4 64! I
6 10 I 4 0.-11 4 IX 4 64
6 04 4 671 4 71 4 4i'
14 (B 4 7- 4 39
251 ft 731
till 6 e 4 M
t 211 I 59' 4 74
6 2541 5 69' 4 67
fi 3 21 6 '
HO 4 To
f 6 10
120 S 00
t"el ft as
1!1 ft 40
K9 6 SB
M t So
Wi fi 2"
91 7 "
,94 7 40
, o 7 40
7K 7 1"
ui a 25
CHICAI.O LIVE STOCK
Cattle atestdy to Lower Hob Urr
CHlCAOO. Nov. 19 CATTLl-RfcelptB.
mitrkct Mt-aiiy. others uwi
ernl. No I. f SJOO: No. 2. Ii.00: NO. I. $20.19;
Irish. No. 2, $liiOO; herrln. In bbls., loi
lbs. scb. Norway, 4k, $.U0; Norway, k,
WOO; Holland herrlna. In kegs, milkers,
etc: keRs, mixed, 70O.
FISH-Trout, UV; halibut. 12c; catfish.
15c; btifTitlo. tic; hu.".hrads. 11c; black bass,
fin stock, iic; salmon. 12c; pike, 11c; red
snapper, fresh froaer.. 12c; whlierlsh, frsh
Ironen. 12c; yellow nerch. dte-sed snd
culed, &c; pickerel, fresh Iroaen, . 9c;
fni,-; lens, ST.c per dos Buddies
HIDKS AND TAI.IJW Orsen stilted.
No. I, U'c; No. 2. Uc; bull hides, 9filo;
green hides. No. 1. 11c; No. 2, loc; horsa,
ei.SM'3-76; sheep pell, 50c'ull.2o. Tallow.
No. 1. 4c: No. 2, 2c.
Nl TS-Frt-nch whIuuIs. IS'.'.c; Csllfornla
walnuts. No. 2, hard shell. 12c No. -1. s..ft
shell. 14c; Brnzlls. i:iifi14Hc; pecans. 1407 17c;
filberts. lVtlil-k; peanuts, raw. 6Vc:
loanted, T'tc; Cnlifornla almontla,
she:!, inc: soft shell. 18c.
4 63 4 46, 29-
6 03 !
RANGL OF FK1CTC3.
1.6 tfj7 . 35
St. Ixuls s 2.0O',7.O0
Sioux City I.o"a.1o
the otuc al number of cars
brought In today by each roaa was
6 7o.il .:ki
S.7i.ii 6. 1
6.i t . io
Of StlH k
NEW YORK. Nov. 19.-COTTON-Hit
closed quiet at 10 iilins advance; middling
uplands. 11 lot;; midillliig gulf, U.3m;; rule.
3, ,ii iaieH.
! i i ..j-OOU Nov. 19 COTTON-Slot In
! fair demand at 8 points lower; Amcrir.in
! mlildllng lair. 6.2."d; snd mlildllng, 6.0vl:
i middling. 6.94d; low middling. 5 T,tl ; good
. .,rriln...v K. r:A ,,1-inni'V n 1.1,1. The halt'
cows. 2G.V(74 i5: heifers. K.Nmti.wi, nuns. , f tie ay were ti.ao'i bales, of Whlcn o'
$2.4Kf6.4o: colves. $3.mi&0O; stockera and ; were for speculation and Included 717,300
feeders. $2.4ni4.f0. j bales Amerfian. Receipts, 34,'KiO bales, lli-
HOtlS Receipts, 37.010 lied: nisrkft .e cludina 31.400 Amerlcun.
lower: mediums and hevle. $. '!.: . ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 19 COTTON
light. W.25fi.30; fnlr to choice mixed. $0 ,1W Steady ; middling. loUsc; sales, 325 bales; i
8.30: packing. $ri.n(tiifi.l0; pigs, $.i.,VY(Hl.OO; bulk, ceipts, Hs6 bales; shipment. 4.'!2 bales; stock.
in oiKrifi :-R. I3,i:n bales.
4 ; ' S2.0O0 head;
4 82 !
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rcelpts, X eoi
head: market steadv but slow; sheep, $3 ?ftd
3.7a; yearlings. $5.2ytifi.O0; liuiibs. Sft.ft04i1.fiS.
C. M. & St. P. By.. 4 7
Mo. P. Ky 3 .. 1
U. P. system 33 X 2b' .. 1
C. & N. V . tcust).. 2 1 .. ..
C. He N. W. (west).. 40 9
C, St. P., M. & O... 2 7
C, B. & y. (east) .... 3 2
C, B. At V. (west) u 13
C, R. 1. At P. least) ..2 3
C, R. 1. k P. (weft).. .. 1
Chicugo Ot. Western. 3 1 .. 1
Total receipts ...262 36 49 2
Tho disposition of the day s receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing tne num
ber of nead indicated:
' lloston Copper Market.
Closing quotations on Boston copper mar
ket.' reported by. Logan & Bryan, i Board
of Trad building. Omaha:
Adventure ( Mohawk MV4
Allouea n 4"S Nevada Consolidated. US
Atlantic: )4 North Butt IDS
Blnshstn ; so Old Dominion M
Black IBountaln ....; S Osceola 129S
loi s I
Boalon Consolidated.. St Pneu. Rervlce
Butt CsalM'.on 87 ' Pneu. Bsrvics,
Calumet A Arlcnns..lfeS Oulacy
Cs,lmet A Heels... (71 Bhssnos
CfntsunUI- t Tamarack i
Copper- Rsuge- ...
East Butt ........
Greene Crpper ....
lal Royal ........
L. B. A PltUburf
... 98 Trinity
... t (.sited rruk
... 1ZS united Htatea, com... vt
... 23S tolled BUten, pfd... 45
... 2H I'tth Conaolldated .. t:i
...II lull Coppsr H
... 3 Victoria S
... 14 Wi-i us
... 7H WVverlns 1
... 7S wiplaslng JIS
... 17 Canine 2
I.oadOB Closing; Stock. .
LONDON. Nov. 19. Cltesing quotations on
the Stock exchang ware: ... ,
Cosaola. money MS'M.. K. A T 4oS
do account ...... ffl 1-14 N, V Central l:4S
Aiuconds HslNorfnlk A W MS
AUhlaoo 104S pfd 18
do pfd loss Ontario A W 4HH
Balllroore A Ohio 1tS;Peosaylvsnls 72 S
Canadian Pacific lk7S Rand Mines t
. MS Heading IT
. 1S SouUern Railway ..
.lrSS do pfd s
. 21S Southern PaclAo rS
. 42Sb'"lon Pacific 1M
. SS do pfd
. 4s'C 8 Stael ff H
. 7Ks do pfd ma,
. 70 IWabs.h in
.17s do pfd , 44
.I.V 'rlpaniah 4s KS
Quiet. 33d per ounce.
ftiux. riv 4Vyoo per cent. -
The rite o iini-oiiui n the npen market
for short bills is per cent; for three
months' bills, 6 per cent.
Oinaiia 1'scklng Co six
Swiit and Company ....
Cutlahy t'acking l o l.li.n
Armour oi Co 612
Onuwia 1'Kg. Co., Denver ;l
Armour c Co., Ltvnver. 116
Vansant ft t:u. ..' 110
Corey & Benton i2
Lobman & Co 3S
Mccreary Carey Ibl
W. 1. bleplicn i 94
Hill & mm 2im
P. P. Lewis 117
Huston k Co 49
Hamilton & Rothschild. 219
L. K. Hubs 72
J. H. Bulla 79
Mike Huggerty 43
J. B. Rool it Co. 16
T. U. Ingnram 2
Sulllvun Bros 1
V. A. . Britton 29
Other buyers 663
Cattle. Hogsx Sheep.
Xew York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19 BEEVES Rc
celpiB. B.023 head; prime and cholco henvy
steers, steady; other, lower: medium
grilles. lOriil&c off; steers, $4.70'Ofi.(iO; str.vs
nod oxen, $3.0"u4.7S; bulls, $2.ftoji4.00; cows.
$1.10'ri4.l2ii. Liverpool and l-ondnn cables
steudv at last quotations. Exports tomor
row, WTO head of cattle and 3,300 quarters
CALVES Rectlpts. 1,745 head: veal mar
ket steudv; grassers, steadv to strong;
westerns, steady; veals. $4.5(V?i 00; gross
era. $:.5uffiS.r); feeders. $3.1'-'Va.e9.2S; fed
culves. $3.5o; western. l2.7Vgii.00.
HOOS Receipts, 14.933 h?ad; nmrket
lower; stite and Pennsylvania hogs, $l.u0(
NEW (I1H,ENS, Nov. 19.-CO I' I OIS-
Spot, steady; sales. 7.25u bales; low ordi
nary.' 13-lc, nominal; ordinary, 7 S-lw;
good ordlnnrv. SV; l"w niljldllng, 9 7-IOC ;
mldiillng. 10 9-lc; good middling, llc; mm
dllng fnlr, H'Ssc, nominal; fair, 12V, nomi
nal; receipts. 1.502 bales; stock, 259. 23 1 bulta.
ugar nnd Molasses.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.-SUOAR Quiet ;
fair refining. 3 5-lc; centrifugal, .
test, i 13-lnc; molasHcs suaar, J i-lne.
Refined, quiet; So. b 4.3ic; No. i,
4 26i': No. 8, 4.2tc: No. . 4.15c; No. 10, 4.06c.
No. 11. 4c; No. 12. a.floc; No. 13, S.9oc: No.
14, 3.90c; confectltmers' A. I.fioc; crushed,
6.6oc; isiwdered, 4.9uc; granulated, . 4.8oc;
MOLASSES Steady ; New OrlciUls kettle,
good to choice, a'.thc.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 19.-SU(SAR-Rteudv:
centrlftiKKl whites, SlS-HViMc; cen
trifugal yellows, SS-HVifSTsc; seconda. 2sa
SHEJ-.P AVPI T.AMnR Reeelnts. 139S
hflan: sheen, stenrlv: choice lamhfl about 1 ssc.
I steady; others, ratiicr easier; sheep. $3.00 MOLASSICS New syrup, 27(&32c,
j loj io.a; cnoic. sj.oooio.tui; cuiis, ' "
u, i la in os, ao.40ti.io; . tinaua lauiu. si.io; cuno,
' 1 er. ia. c Crt
I Chea. A Ohio
. Chicago Ot. W
2 C. M. A 8t. P....
D. A R. 0..',...',.'.'.
do let pfd
do Vd pfd
Illinoia Cent re I ....
Lnulevtlle A Neeh.
1,100 41 s 40 s
lew York Mlnlnnr Stork.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19c-Closlng quotations
on mining stocks were;
j,,4, j Treasnry klatement.
WS j WASHINGTON, D C Nov. 10. Today's
)fS 'statement of the trensury balance In the
! (fencrul fund, exclusive of tho $'5O.0i),niio
goltl '-carve, snows: Avauanic easti t.iii
i mice. $:;50.27S.9M: gnld ooin nnd bullion, Sllii,-
. W5.653 ; pom certmoaiea, 4:j.i.i,i.si.
Brunawlck Con ..
Con. Cal. A Va..
Leadvlll Con ...
. . So
Mill Chief ...
Ismail Hopes ..
a I 0:V
Nov. 19 Bank cle-trlngs
$1.999 ,2Si.7. and for the
''lit 'iVs si'oudlng date last year $1,831,016.9(1.
'.' K 4ti ; T"
i'.ai'io is "
, in. oho
,. . Jon
100 US e.'.S
tin ih Proauc exenange toony tne u-
ter market wa Arm: rremerl. -Sv-7c.
dairies. ltB'-'4r. t-ifss, suatiy; at ii.iai.
ease Included. C -; firsts. T.e; prime
firsts. 30c; extra, S2c. Cheese, trong; 134
I.lverpnol Gratia ! Prsvlaluna,
LIVERPOOL Nov. l.-WHEAT-Spot.
sieatly; No. 2 red western winter, ' llVid;
futures, dull: fecnilier, t 4Sd; March, 6s
6d: May. t tSd.
CORN Hist, unlet American mixed. 4s
3d: future, sttasly, Ivcemlr, 4 $Vy1; Jan
isry. 4 J
H')PS-Al liinl.m tPttclnc coast), quiet,
Tolrdj aeed Market.
TOLklDO. O.. Nov. 19 -SEEDS - Clut tu ,
. cash and November,
Bv.S: March. a.22Vfj.
more, lit bulk, 4.3o. i tirpentlne, nrru; ins I Y-.Z.. v - J
- i ....... ...,('iir piu
Hit, rlKirough Meirupullun
strslned. common to good.
. OIL CITY. Pa, Nov. 19 OILS Credit
I balanct. $1 6h; runs. If. '"1.1 bhls.; average.
' st.o66 bbls ; sliipmt-nts, 3tt,ll2 bbls.; average!
1 164.630 bt ls.
SAVANNAH Oa-, Nov. 19.-01L Turpen
j tine, firm st 6jVf, fjOiic.
ROSIN Mrm, quotallnns: A. R. C. 11,
$S.6; E. $S.'; K. $.-1.96; i. $4."'U4 0T: H.
,$4iS: I. $4 40: M $j..'v; N, $i'..'); W tl,
W VV. r. .
bit itct. pfd.
Total aalte for the day.
24 loo ;,
I.412 24W shares.
YORK. Nov. 19. METALS There
advance in the Umdon tin ! 11 feeuer.. 10
, wus a sharp
' l. . u . t , ..,, ...ittl,,r ul die: fta anA
I futures at 19s. Locally the market was
I firm, with spot quoted at $ 12 XTVifc 1.100.
Copper was also strong and higher In the
! London market, spot being quoted nt ilOl
; 7s 6d and futures "l 4.1'B 6s. Ixically the
- market wus tlrm and a shade hlglior;
i lake was quoted at $22-24!?2.r0; electroly tic,
! S2l.7ft'ri22.o; casting, $ Jl .6oki il .70. lad w
; quiet and unchanged nt $6.70ifu.96 In the
t local market. In 1-omlon the price was
' I'.igliei' at 19 6s 2d Spelter was unchnnged
' at 27 15s in London and at $ti 3tiii.40 lo-
cully. Iron whs higher In the Lngllsh
murket, with standard foundry quoted st
&. 4d and Cleveland wnrrants at Mis loud.
Locally the Iron nuirkel was firm, with
No. 1 foundry northern quoted at $J6.:.V(j
2;.2o; No. 2 foundry norl'iern. $25.5iKu:i .75;
No. 1 foundry soulhern. $.5 Sof'j 27.60; No. 2
fnundrv southern. S2a.OKj(27..
ST. 'UjUIS. Nov, 19.-METAI.S Lead,
steady at $6.96; apt Iter, higher at KW.
Total :... 6,338 2,60i 10,112
CA 1 1 bt-Vhe est-tmaieu reccpis tun
moining, weie ut . up until lu
0 cite,, wiicn. tne jiiarkei openeu, oriiy
about one-liuil hum number nail amveu.
me tale aruvals of (lallis la tnu greatest
annoyance wnn wnicn operators on toe
iiiursu; nave iq conund at tho present,
time. Instead of stocK aiilving in tun
punning, as waa the ruie In days gone by,
trams airivo o lale thai tut n.i.m is pro
longed tnruugiioui the whole O.iy.
Vvniie iarg runs were rfporiwt nl Chi
cago and ul Kansas Clly, with prices
lower, tne oitenngs ot deSiiabie lat cauie
lino morning eu so moot-rale that puca
ers who 'valued something to Kill paid
fully ste:i iy prn.s. Ine feeling was.
however, that it Inter trellis came in with
very much oeet mat tne market would be
veiy ilabiu lo close on lower befute night.
Oood kinds of cowa opened steady, with
the trade reasonauly active, owuig to tne
fuct that Inere was u fair d'iiiiiii"l wl.h
not very much siuiT In sight. Coiumon
kinds were r:tlh.-r slow.
Til better giad -s if i-j 'ders st ld 111 at
the same nott:hes t lust weok. lha dt -nana
being good and ilie cat'.le muvl.i
off falny well, i.lgm o.d inf.-ri r t,rt:oes
Ri presen'.stuvu salt
H ...1216 t 26
J 45 i
2 m 1
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
i on 4 412 4 ll
..... Hi 4 ' oo 4 Pi
itt U cows 896
3 40 4 cows 1166
i Ji 20 feeders. ,t0,9
3 06 9 cows 952
J. P. Stephenson Wyt.
. 9.S0 2 14 cuuis 1161
3 (6 I cows 10tu
3 36 9 fuutlers.. io4
3 on I cows Ki;
2 (m 10 heifers... 7.'.
I 3 teeJers. 043 3 M
i James Monro. Col jr.u'. j.
I 41'cows kuo 2 16 b lieif .T.... 571 2 4"
i HuUS The rtcelpta wire .cry ligat ilos
morning, us usual on a Mon tiy, ion tun
'that fact waa not surfk-Unl la n..i.inulii
'steady prices. Early adveesj from '.lil.'Agu
Kansas City l-lve Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Nov. 19 CATTLE
Receipts, 19.000 head. Including 400
southerns; market steady to a shado lower;
choice export and dressed beef steers,
SS.B01T6.76; fair to good., $4 000 5.49;
western steers, $3.60ftR 25: stockera and
feeders, $2.75fi 4.110; southern steers, $3.00
4SR.26; southern cows, $2.00W 3.25 ; nittlve
cows, $2.006 3.90: native heifers. $2.0f?
ft. 00: bulls. $2.2!i& 3.76; calves. SS.OO6.7l..
HOOS Recelp(s, 7.000 head; niarVet Re
lower; bulk, $6. 1 0176.1 2 4j : heavy. SC.Wtf
6 IS; packers, $6.064 6.1ft; pigs and lights,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, R.OOO
head; market strong: lambs, $6.756 7.35;
rnns-e wethers 4f ": western year
lings, $5.264j6.00: western shep. fl.'ihtt
ft. 60; jttockers. and feeders. 13.76 U 6.00,
1220 I (
t. Lonl Live Stock Market.
St.' LOl'IR." Mb.. :.oV. 19 CATTI.K
Receipts, 6.500 bend; includinc 2,500 Tex
ana; market eteady; native shipping and
export steers, $5.00 7.00: dresietl beef
and butcher steers, S4.Bn4i6 2S: steers
under 1.000 pounds, 3.25i7 4. .13; stockera
and feeders, $2.00&4.50: cows and heifers,
$2.50(&n.25, canncrs. SI. DO'S S. 2ft: bulls.
S3. ?ai 4.00; calves. $3.00fi tt 60; Texas and
Indian stoers, $2,501(5 ft.SO; cows mid
heifers. $ ) lOW S.BO.
HOOS Receipts, 7.000 head; market 5f
10c lower: pigs antl lights, $5.8oj8 15:
packers. $oi)'!i0.2O; butchers ond best
hcavv. $6.05 i 6.25
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4,0()0
tiend; market steadv, native muttons.
$3 000 5 25: lamhs, 4 00.fi 7.25: culls and
bucks. $2.75(1 3 50; stockera. $3.25 1 4.00.
nt. Joaenh l.le Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. 19. CATTLE -Receipts,
3.139 head: market steady; na
tives. $4 001x6.75; cows and heifer V? On
ti 4 60; stockers and feeders. $3.ooC 5.
HOGS Receipts. 2,743 head; market be
lower: tep. $ii,05 4i G.lj; bulk of sales.
$6 05i 6.12V4.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2, 1 25
head; market steady.
alonx flly Live Slnpk Msirkef.
SIOUX CITY. Nov. 19 (Ppetlsl Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts, J.6'0 heMtJ; mir
ket weak; stockers stesdv: beeves. 4 (VKy
1 6.10; cows, bulls and mixed. S3.(Vrj4.:;
StOCsers nit irnirrn, e..iri-v. ii , i:eivre n nil
HOCIS Receipts. 1.900 hend: market 5c
lower, selling .it ti.851i6.10; bulk of sates,
I'.lgla natter Market.'
ELOIN. HI.. Nov. 19. BUTTER Kirm nt
Mc. an advance of 2c a pound over last
! week. Total output for the week, 6l9.i
TEST OF SCAVENGER . LAW
Knit to Determine Legality of Tx
Haylasr Section Will Be
A HUit to test the validity of sevaral thou
sands of dollars worth of tax tltlea will
be filed In district court soon In which the
constitutionality of one section of the scav
enger tax law Will lie attacked.. The sec
tion of the law directly Involved la th ono
i which permits owners of property to buy
up the tnx certlnoatea on their property at
less than the amount ot the taxes and ll.ff.
after a lapse of eighteen months, during
which time any other person can raise
their bid for the certificates, have all of
the hack taxes cancelled on their land. ,
Thosu who attack the law contend the
luw cannot give a property owner the right
to cancel taxes on his property for less
than the face value of the taxes. The land
owners contend they stand on the same
footing ns anybody e1ne apd can buy the
certificates on their own property by the
same method as other persons not inter
ested tn the lund.
A a large proportion of the certificates
aold under the scavenger tax law were pur
chased either by owners or lien holdnrs the
suit will affect property estimated to be
worth several hundred thousand dollars.
The county commissioners have authorised
tho county attorney to eater Into a lest
suit which will he carried through the dis
trict court and then to (he supreme court
as rapidly as possible. The detail of the
suit have not been decided upon yet, but
as both sides are anxious to have the mat
ter settled speedily the facts In the case
w ill be stipulated and the matter - allow j
to rest on the validity of the section of the
law expressly permitting property owner
to buy up certitlcates on their own land.
Stork tn sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
tat tie. Jloga
6 cows. .
10 COV.S. .
42 cows. .
14 tci-ucrs.. 7.1
! South Omaha.,..
i Sioux C'tv
; Kansas City
I St. Joseph
I St. Louis
... 3 6o0
Segro goldler Bring Discharged.
FORT RENO, Okl.. Nov. 19-The first
dlschurK-e of the colored troops nt Port
Sheep, j Reno were made today, when twt- , -llv4
12,800 soldiers were paid off and given trnr.sirt-u-
: lion to their" homes. Twenty-live or thirty
I.IIO so.dlcl'H will be tllscliurged each day us ine
2.725 lolls are completed until after three com
4 OnO panics of tho Tweiity-llf til Infantry hava
35 On been dismissed from (ho service.
70.539 S7.SU 62,625
4 cows 1096
OMAIIA WIlOLF.flAI.K MARKET.
! UiNDON. Nov. 19 WOOI The arrival
! of wool for the sixth series of this year's
auction ssles closed today with the fol
lowing listed: New South Walts. 28.9a
bales; Que, lisland, 29.147 bales; Victoria,
22.6il bales; South Australia, 9.494 bales;
i West Australia. 8.192 bales; Tasmania, 60
bales; New Zeuland, l.tim bal-s; Cape of
: (iood Hope and Nbtal. 10,319 hales. Thir-
teen thousand bales of Australian and
. Nil) bales of Cape of Good Hope and J
Natal wre forwarded direct to spinners. !
insking the total available for the sales I
! H'7.796 hales. Including 0 bales held over
fmni the fifth series.
ST. LOI 13. Nov. 19 WOOL Steady;
I rredlum grades, combing and clothing. '-'4 i
ir.-t-,.. ii.,i, i,.,'t. i.it i
v-' , ,..,-. , ,,caj nii, ivu. ;
tub washed, 32'f) J . V,c. I
Inaicaied a break ot il)c unl buv i.
tins point succeeded l.i pin-Ill.:, a Ai
rline. While the trade l ) ild hmdly
called acme, there w,
tnui im t .'very, ling
seas, hi. A will be noted from the sales i
below u good many t,f il.e sn. li.rlde ;
the range, S5.lC4.t4i.oS. While ih bulk of .11 I
thb liogn on Saturday nought ''6.10. '
Thv top today was $t.15, us ugalnst .,..n on
Saturday. It will bo noie.l nom ;hls - nut
the sakS on an i-vrge w-.ts v.-y iii.e
to 5c lower than Saturday s iiv'tpe. al
tliuugh the mark.'t as i-ot mu-.b olrf-reiit '
from Saturduy's xtr-me '1'K-i.
The wt'i k open wnn nogs Helling on an -
Conditio. of Trad and Quotation
Ststnlc anil Pancy Produce.
EGOS Pr dox., a'n'-'ic
I.lvir. I'nrl.THV.W.ii He? rnoatera. Se:
'turkeys, lwulsc; ducks, 9c; spring chii-l.tus,
Ike; geese. (vtfiVc.
I BUTTER-Packing stock. 17c; choice to
fancy dairy. lc; creamery, 24ti27c.
I HAY Choice upland, $:i.50; medium, 1900;
coarse. $3.014450. l(e ttiaw, $oitr7.0o.
BRAN Per ton, 16.0U.
I SWEET POT A TOES pe.- b!.. $2.60.
, TOMATOES California, per basket of 2)
! lbs.. $.'.J6.
I WAX UliIANS-Per nne-thlrd bu. box.
. BEETS AND CARROTS -Per bi... 7V.
Le ! I L-tlr 1 L'TTI I. lllK.,uiu iter .Ir.B
itw nogs i.' ie -heads. 4c.
si IJ iii ...a, . tiblc t-KLLRV Per doa.. tOOMc.
CUCl M HERS-Hoi house, ier Una , $2 00
HEAL H ST ATE TRAN9KEHS.
Mary Camon and huAbund to Chnrlea
V. Martin, lot 6, 2kh and Ames
Ave. tulnllv $
Edwin O. Willlanut to Hastings A
Heyden, lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 antl , Wil
Harris K. Huvemeyer to Seluyn Doii
erty, lot 37, Karer's add
Chester K. llague and wlte to Anna
Eckmun. purl north 6 ucrea ',,
ns. s1!. 8-H-13
Qeorge Rey and wife to Minnie C.
Lehiihoff, lot 8, block N. Low'
Abraham Rnsenburg and wife to Min
nie C. Lelinhoff. lot 9, block N.
Joe, . dine Mi'Derniott,
16. Iilock 11, unliard
about where i'.-v
7s ! lul'
LONIXIN. Nov. 19 -In th market 1...1...
mnnev were large and the
..u,r nrrt t-aail.r t.r.
'he supplies of
the Influx of gold Into the Bank of Eagland
Trading on the Stock exchange .. ' .,,,
aiily quiet snd tlrm. The
I nrm on ine e tsirr money
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. COKKEK The
market for futures opened ste.idv at un
cluiiiged prices to un ml. -mre nf pi imlnis
in resisinse to sleudy Uuitiocaii and Rra
slllun cableat, and lmpnied a lili'e tiuring
1 the session on Wall s'reet huilng In the
I alvsence of heavy ferln. Musi of the
$8tCV,: Heeeinlicr, I hn.in.u una In the u. a v nt .v.-h:,nu I... I
Timothv. ft.9n. Al- I k t.a ., rr..,.t mh'ii,. M.,.ri,.., 1. I
Visible aassily (.rain.
NEW YORK Nov 19-The visible
tale n Brain Btturdsv. Novemter '.
u'mpiK-a lj tli New Yurk Produc t-s
these had no effect on the market . w tilth
locd steady at a net advitnce of 15 po.nt.
Pules were reported nf 117 Sv Iih;s Inclinl-
Ing liece'olier. lir'-i-l )' Miroh. .' i,
up- ) Am II. 15.V: 6 Vi- .lu'v ' 7 i
nsiK -' -'ilier, 4 'J" .-. Si ot sleaily; Nu. J
Olltl.lf ukl .U
' , .7 "'- iiiiiuoveineni in consols
while hon.e rails benrlted bv continued in
! Vestment puiihases. protlt tukln how-
ever, caused a slight reaction from the
I bsi iiuolailiiiis of the day. Foreigners
I were 1 he-rful on Pnrls buying. AmeiTouis
mieueii iii-ii., viitn an upwurr) tendeurv
The favorable NVw York bank statement
nnd good American buying encouraged
brisker local nneralions and prlctw - a 1--!llleed
10 oinsideratil above paritv in tli
furei.ooii. Iter New York further sup-
. iM.n. n ine nitrsei. ei-clally Can'l. in
I Pacific and Union Paclrlc. and price
, b t-i'ened snd closed firni. Copper sliarv
, r t'wr'etl the slrenelh fif the .-,..r.t Jn-
'ft.i-. liprlpl ) ,,f 11414 clo. tt luoVy.
PAIiib, .ov, U. -prices on tne .juit; tu-
Evaporaled Apple and Dried l-'rult.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market continues firm on both
spot snd futures. High choice are quoted
at &S.I ; choice. 7"4sc: prime. 7c in cases.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prune
continue In good demund. with California
fruit quoted at 3a9c, according to crude.
Apricot sre unchngxl. wiih choice quoted
st inc; extra crioic-, i.'oisc; runcv
Peache are quiet, but firm, with choice
(new crop) quoted at l.'c; choice. 12H';
fancy. 13c; extra fancy. )3c. Rsisln are
firm In tone, with lutse tr.usrutei quoted
st 7Vsu-; efetle.t ruislns, 7liu,c; Lon
don layers, ll.tjO.
No. Ar ait- :..
15 u ... i 4e
1 110 ... ill
tl 1)0 40 ft Ml
4 Sl lti'
4 27 ... ti n
tj 3oi. 120 e W
7 3 ... IK.
44 W4 220 4 e
ft 244 ... 00
70 lit UK) t i
7 2M ... 4 00
43 40 00
41 M ltfl 0
fi Iii ... too
,7 2(7 1CU ISI
BH EE P Receipts
Av. ' SI
ONH'Nt llonie giown. too per bu
Ish, 11.16 pel crate: coiornno, iuc.
iJUEE.N ONIONS Per uns. bunches.
Ill JltStH A1U.SH C.tse nf iol . $190.
RAIMSH KS Per tior hunches. c.
NAVY LEANS Per bu.. $1.75; No. 2, $! (3.
LIMA Bi.ANi-.Per lb., ia.
' GREEN PEPPLRS-Per market banket.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per doa
CAr.BAOE Holland seed, home grown,
I pe:' lb., IVjr-'-
E(ji fLA.M-lfT OOS., 4. 1.
POTATOKH-I r bu., 1
KUTAHAUAS 150 lbs. to suck, $1.5).
TULN1PS Per o-i.. 60c.
and wife lo Jubeph
blink 2, Ixiwe's mid..,
and wife to Iwis S.
and 2, blot k 18, - West
1 1 Am. is
per bu., S2.26&
Plillndeliihlsi Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. I9.-BUTTER--Kt.udy
and jc higher; extra western
creamery, official. ..'; street price, .9c;
extra nearby prints. 31c.
E'lGS-J-Trm and in g,i"d demand: nearby
fresh nnd western fr'-sh 31 al inurk.
t 'H kk? K-iiti-ad ; New York full i-retnii.
were fulr. In run belli s.ii.iebvlit
1IM sic. 1 arger thin a wtek jio Ho-tio o, ll-n
isiufi was very lute 111 selling to Hie yurj.
to lw unlouded, whli h delayed II trade
j aomewliMt. 'l it iiiurkst. hoeve,-. was a
, a whole In very sultsiactury condition,
j In spite of ll.c fact that ChU-ago was 11-
pi r ed right i-J the outset as having a Lug
' run. with price I'M; low-r. 'I 1 o insii t hern
ntienrd In very pour shaoe. While If, f el
Ing on the part of some of
leant wu that prices here iuikIii t, b.
. lower In order to keep in line with other I
' market, still the demand was gir,u i
that some of the first sales w-r actually '
liieclti-r The fed welhers which bruug .'t 1
: $.1 ."in on Frl'lav brought "" t.vl.v. t as
etid-ntly the lnleiition of bu)ns, in w ever, i
$1 10: Coloiddo. . J.
I GRAPES Tokay, $1 75; Mtlaga,
i $r..ocji.4). 1
! APPLES-Ben Davla. r.'.2S; Jonathans, i
$3 2Mi3.au: New Yoik apiuea. jS-'il irlme. ,
1 Gtilrien, $3.'X.
i K AXI'tilRlUS- Per bbl.. $9 uusllo 09
! QI INCES -IV. tvix. $:u
1 R'PICAL FRL'lTa. !
ORANi7l-.S'-- .011014 ola.-i.eN. $j.i). '
LEMONS Llmonler. tiiti fancy, .40
i size. $600; 3ou sue. (nil.; Ifw sue. $oa .; , (t. .. ,
brands. $1.'4 lev.
HA S A N AS Per medium-sized bunch.
$.','1ii2.25; jiimlet-., z 5i i !
FIGS - Kadateut , ,k s.-ltt-is y- v
i etulTett wslnut 'lati. 9-lb, Im.x. S:.;0: Cali
fornia bulk, o'ic; 7-croi; lur.isi,. lie; -
Barker Co. to
lots 15 snd
John J. . la-vy
Troubu, I' I a.
Oscar J. Pick
Reed, lots 1
Everett C. Sawyer and wife
1 Weaver, lots 8, 9 and 10,
' Unlteil Rial Estate mid Trust Cu. to
Frank S-itikup. Jr., nVs lot 16, l.fi.ck
10. Koiirtie s 4th siipiueinenlsry add.
I l.or 11x0 V. Mon e lo Frank H. Pur
hunchei. ' sons, north 2"V ft., cmsi 60 ft. lot 1.
I block 67, Omaha
I Fanny iteichenberg to Charles R
. Siierman. wVa lot X, block 74, original
' city of (nnalia
Henry A. Perry et ul to Frank H.
1 Parsons, part lot 87, Omiiha .
' Lyman Richardson and wife to Jane
Hilton. 1, us 3.. 4. 1 gad 6, block li.
a I M'ti
tit buyers at 1 1 rown, 14c: -cnii, lie; :.'-i-ion,
JHSi ir.l.l.A.Nh. Jl n.
SUGAR- 4Jtanulalt-d can.-, n seeks. S',.31;
grinu.siid itr-i. ,n ....
f.'ULrlbE-Ssvlss rivsr. jGc; Wixxinaln
l.rlck. let,.': leei nsi '.. iirrr i-'ji-.
f ins. IV; Young A--i' i. '"V-c.
ct'Kr fc-E-llvaetetl, ;.u. 4c, .'.vi ;c. lb.;
rtha A. Gas tt to Anderson W.
O.liorn. lot 13. VS. A. Rtjtiick add... 126
Charles Waison Hull and wife to Al
viil O. Lundell, lot 4. bl.M'k 4, Spring
Ixi ke Park, Hotiih O r.sha 1
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